- Museo Maritimo is an intriguing cultural complex housed in a former prison. It offers insight into Ushuaia’s maritime tradition and history as a penal colony.
- Martial Glacier is an easy hike that will take you through streams and woodlands that rise above Ushuaia. Once on top, you will have a spectacular view of the city and the Beagle Channel.
- Yatan Park is the only remaining part of the native forest that once covered this area. Today, it is a place for the indigenous community to practice their crafts, which can be viewed at Yatan Park’s art center.
- Museum at the End of the World is dedicated to Ushuaia’s indigenous history, but also its rich and diverse animal life.
- A great way to experience Ushuaia’s amazing scenery is by booking a cruise across the Beagle Channel. This way, you can admire the awe-inspiring mountains and glaciers that surround the city, but also experience several wildlife habitats, which are famous for being studied by Charles Darwin.
- If you prefer exploring the area on land, you can ride aboard the Southern Fuegian Railway, which will take you through the wonderful landscapes of the Tierra del Fuego region.
- If you are planning to focus your Ushuaia holiday around outdoor activities, you might want to you plan your visit during South American summers — in the months between December and February.
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